Samsung Engineering Receives EO/EG Contract from Saudi SABIC JUPC
Seoul, Korea: Samsung Engineering is pleased to announce, that it received a contract from SABIC's manufacturing affiliate, Jubail United Petrochemical Company (United), for a USD 700 million ethylene oxide- ethylene glycol (EO/EG) plant in Saudi Arabia, to produce 700,000 MTPA MEG. The project will be executed in Jubail Industrial City located in the east of Saudi Arabia, 100 km north of Dammam, construction completion expected in 2020.

Samsung Engineering is the one of top EG plant builders globally, with previous delivering 16 plants in total. Samsung benefits from the track record and experience of delivering 27 projects to Saudi Arabia, 22 to SABIC related companies including United. Further, during the last 10 years Samsung Engineering built EG plants around the globe such as in countries like USA, Malaysia, Thailand and India.

40 AUTOSORT units with the latest features and new 3D laser technology for three new sorting facilities.

To meet the constantly changing demands in the market, SKM is building three new plants to process over 350,000 tonnes of kerbside collected material, also called single stream, per year. Primary focus of the SKM Recycling plants is to process paper, plastics, metals and glass, sorting them into high quality products. The plants are expected to be operational in the beginning of 2018.

SKM’s Laverton plant aims to become the most technically advanced and automated recyclables processing plant on the continent or even worldwide by integrating multiple steps of TOMRA Sorting technology into the sorting of paper and other recyclables. This world's-best technological capability will provide SKM with a unique and strong competitive advantage, and will position SKM well to meet increasingly stringent end-product quality demands.